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Self Storages in Newark, NG24
Self Storages in NG24 Newark These Self Storage companies are located in Newark















































Handy Moves
Company Type: Self Storages
Unit 53, 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: Storage Company
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Removals & Storage
UNIT 36, 88-90 HATTON GARDEN
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

A G H Removals
Company Type: Storage
10 Acacia Rd
, NG24 3AE
Tel. 01636 706582

Ballard Removals Ltd
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Ollerton Rd
, NG22 0PQ
Tel. 01777 871871

Bishops Move
Company Type: Self Storages
Ollerton Rd
, NG22 0PQ
Tel. 01777 871871

Bishops Moves
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Ollerton Rd
, NG22 0PQ
Tel. 0115-933 4933

Hornes Removals & Storage
Company Type: Storage Solutions
Unit 7-8 Telford Court
, NG24 2DX
Tel. 01636 613698

Paulson Tony
Company Type: Storage
165 Devon Rd
, NG24 4JL
Tel. 01636 708809

Pocklington Warehousing & Haulage Ltd
Company Type: Self Storages
Vicarage Lane
, NG23 6ES
Tel. 01636 702697

U-Fill Ltd
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Bowbridge Rd
, NG24 4EQ
Tel. 0115-970 4958



The following Removals & Storage are the ones that we have found closest to Newark
Double M Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
55 Cloche Way
, SN2 7JL
Tel. 01793 834050

Acorn
Company Type: Storage
Hill View Cottage/38 West Tockenham
, SN4 7PJ
Tel. 01793 852082

Acorn Removals
Company Type: Self Storage Units
4 Wilmot Clo
, SN5 6NN
Tel. 01793 872213

Abbeymead
Company Type: Self Storages
37 Stone La
, SN5 3LD
Tel. 01793 771199

Robbins Removals
Company Type: Self Storage Units
127 May Cl
, SN2 1XA
Tel. 07876 338025

James Nicholas International Removals Ltd
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Unit 12/13/Whitehill Ind Est/Whitehill La
, SN4 7DB
Tel. 01793 849315

Camp Hopson Removals Ltd
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Thyme Cl
, SN2 2QZ
Tel. 01793 619785

Express Moves
Company Type: Self Storages
16 Hodds Hill
, SN5 5BJ
Tel. 0500 107777

Goodenough D
Company Type: Storage Company
Oaklands
, SN5 0AN
Tel. 01793 854843

Stirling Light Removals
Company Type: Self Storage Units
The Forty
, SN6 6HW
Tel. 01793 751714

GMS Independent Removal Specialists
Company Type: Storage Company
42 Risingham Mead
, SN5 7AY
Tel. 01793 349495

Mr Move It
Company Type: Removals & Storage
6 Whitefield Crescent
, SN5 5AA
Tel. 01793 331167

Smith Tony J
Company Type: Removals & Storage
West Mill La
, SN6 6JL
Tel. 01793 750234

Trade Storage Ltd
Company Type: Removals & Storage
The Depositary
, SN4 0QZ
Tel. 01793 731124

Lock & Go
Company Type: Storage Company

, SN4 0HX
Tel. 01793 741527

Big Yellow Self Storage
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Drakes Way
, SN3 3JN
Tel. 01793 529888

Waterpark Storage Ltd
Company Type: Storage
4 Ermin Way Barns/The St
, SN6 6DN
Tel. 01793 759311

Lokn Store Ltd
Company Type: Self Storages
Elgin Ind Est/Kembrey St
, SN2 8AZ
Tel. 01793 421234

Careful Kelly Removals Ltd
Company Type: Self Storages
New Years Green Lane (Yew Tree Farm)
, UB9 6LX
Tel. 01895 631662

Homestar Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
3 River Walk
, UB9 4AX
Tel. 01895 853900

A40 Removals
Company Type: Storage
1 Courtfield
, UB9 4EF
Tel. 0808-166 2121

Crowsnest Farm
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Breakspear Road South
, UB9 6LT
Tel. 01895 632330

Storage Company in towns near Newark, NG24


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NG24 Self Storages services in Newark
Places of interest in Newark, NG24

Newark-on-Trent

Newark's current MP is Patrick Mercer, Conservative. Mercer held the position of Shadow Minister for Homeland Security from June 2003 until March 2007, when he was forced to resign following racially contentious comments made to The Times.[11]

Rotherham

Rotherham was affected by the floods in the summer of 2007 which brought disruption to the town, closed roads, schools, the local transport system and damaged personal and commercial property. The Parkgate shopping centre was flooded, with shops suffering damage and losing stock. Ulley reservoir caused major concern when its dam showed signs of structural damage, threatening to break and release the water into Canklow, Catcliffe, Treeton, Whiston and an electrical sub-station serving Sheffield.[11] Rother FM, evacuated its studios in the danger area causing its sister station, Trax FM, to broadcast on the Rother FM frequency. Fire service and police officers used thirteen high-powered pumps to lower the water level in the reservoir and reduce pressure on the dam wall which was damaged but held. By summer 2008, the reservoir and surrounding country park reopened.

Awsworth

Awsworth once had a station on the Great Northern (later LNER) line from Nottingham to Derby which crossed the Erewash Valley to Ilkeston over the Bennerley Viaduct, closed in September 1964. At Awsworth Junction, a short distance to the east, a branch line curved away northwards to Pinxton. This line closed in January 1963. Near the junction it crossed a viaduct almost half a mile in length across the Giltbrook valley, known variously as Awsworth Viaduct, Giltbrook Viaduct, Kimberley Viaduct, but more commonly in the local area as the "Forty Bridges," though the actual combined number of arches and girder spans was 43. This viaduct is no more, but the Bennerley Viaduct is still in place.

Bennerley Viaduct

Bennerley viaduct's wrought iron construction saved it from demolition. The demolition contractors who tendered for the contract to demolish the viaduct put forward amounts which were considered too high. The reason given for the high cost was that wrought iron structures could not be cut up with an oxy-acetylene torch and would have to be taken apart rivet by rivet.[12] The viaduct survived to become a grade II* listed structure. The Meldon Viaduct was refurbished in 1996 and is now part of the Granite Way cycle and footpath in Devon.[7] Bennerley Viaduct is managed by Sustrans and may yet be used in the future as part of the national foot and cyclepath network in a similar way to the Meldon Viaduct.[13] It is on the Buildings at Risk Register.

Sherwood Observatory

Membership of MSAS is open to all who have an interest in astronomy. However for the members of the general public who wish to visit and observatory, listen to an introductory talk and (weather permitting!) see through a telescope MSAS organises a number of open days and evenings through the year. For more information refer to the MSAS website from the link below.

Information by Wikipedia.com

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